Fire at Naperville home likely caused by Christmas tree

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A fire at a home Thursday afternoon is believed to have been caused by a Christmas tree.

Firefighters responded to the blaze just after 4 p.m. in the 3500 block of Redwing Court, the Naperville Fire Department said.

A fire was found on the first floor of the single-family home, and a all four residents were able to get out before firefighters arrived, the department said.

On Friday, the department said the fire started where a live Christmas tree was located in the living room. The fire was ruled accidental, but the case remained open.

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